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John Parris, "A Dulcimer Renaissance Revives An Antique Art," Asheville Citizen-Times, July 28, 1963.Also in this clipping: Guy Fraser Harrison conducts the Oklahoma City Symphony at Asheville, North Carolina's Summer Concert Series.

John Parris, "King of Dulcimer Makers," Asheville Citizen-Times, July 22, 1963.

Silent footage from an outdoor event, likely the Daniel Boone Wagon Train, an annual pioneer-themed gathering that took place from 1963 to 1973 in North Carolina's Wilkes and Watauga Counties. Additional footage features Jack Guy and various Beech…

Buna Hicks fiddling and Hattie Hicks Presnell dancing. Possibly at courthouse fiddler's convention in Boone.

Stanley Hicks, Buna Hicks, and Hattie Hicks Presnell on the porch of Jack Guy's store, 1960s.

Buna Hicks, fiddling; Stanley Hicks, seated; Hattie Hicks Presnell in doorway with unidentified child. Photo taken on the porch of Jack Guy's store; Guy's recording equipment is at right.

Ida Presnell, Hattie Hicks Presnell, Unidentified Man, and Stanley Hicks, Julym 1967

Stanley Hicks, Hattie Presnell, and others, July 1967

Hattie Hicks Presnell, Unidentified Man, Jack Guy, and Stanley Hicks, July 1937.

Hattie Hicks Presnell and unidentified woman dancing, Jack Guy's store, January 1967

Ida Presnell, Buna Hicks, and Hattie Presnell at Jack Guy's store, June 1967

Buna Hicks and Hattie Presnell at Jack Guy's store, June 1967.

Hattie Presnell and Tab Ward at Tab's home, Beech Mountain, September 1966.
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